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Deus2 Manticore hunts big silver mercs Rosies Washington’s

Mark kus

Well-known member
I’ve been using both machines at the same spots one new spot is an old park both machines have been excellent.
I hunt both saltwater freshwater also mainly saltwater in the winter so it’s nice to have both to compare and they both false on iron so it’s a not just the manticore I dig it a little more with the manticore because they D2 has a sound to iron most times.
The half was in a private neighborhood around a pond along with one of the mercury dimes on a slight hill with my D2 it came in at a 95 that was yesterday we then headed to a park about a half hour away and I used the manticore will this park is filled with targets lots of pennies I pulled the two clean Washington’s and a merc the ring which I almost died when I saw it but it’s plated.
The collar insignia ww2?
Lots of clad there no buffalo’s Indians some of the silver dimes were from local beach areas along with one quarter this week .
I like both detectors and use them both you can’t go wrong with your decision if you had to choose either.
I also show a pic of clad after cleaning
HH
Mark
 

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JimmyCT

Well-known member
Awesome finds Mark!
 

jkline

Well-known member
The Legend and Deus II drive me nuts with iron falsing. So used to Elmy's settings on the etrac, which eliminated that problem. However, I'll dig some iron to save what seems about 25lbs swinging weight after several hours.

Great finds!
 

Mark kus

Well-known member
This proves that there is still silver out there, sometimes after days of swinging my detector with no silver I begin to wonder.
Nice silver haul Mark.
Thanks guys and yes there is still plenty of silver out there I really take my time and check targets especially using the D2 I like sensitive FT on it and I switch back to deep HC checking my targets the deep ones the half was around a old pond in a private neighborhood no one has ever bothered me detecting there I just tried a new area anyone can find areas that have never been detected in their neighborhood.
Good luck
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Looks like you have the magic voodoo on your side for sure!!!
 
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